is a researcher and writer interested in the cultural and spatial ramifications of information technology and digital media. Drawing on architecture, media theory, philosophy of science and literary studies his current research centers around the aesthetic and poetological dimensions of knowledge production. Schütte holds a Master’s degree in European Media Studies from University of Potsdam and a Bachelor’s degree in Cultural Studies from Leuphana University Lüneburg with a visit at Université Bordeaux Montaigne. After two years working at Humboldt University Berlin’s Cluster of Excellence “Matters of Activity” he has recently joined Berlin-based art publisher Hatje Cantz. Schütte’s publications include “Richtungslose Relationen. Über Die Beziehung von Mensch und technischem Objekt,” in Mensch und Welt im Zeichen der Digitalisierung, ed. Anna Henkel et al. (Baden-Baden: Nomos, 2019).